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  1. 1. Manthan topic-Sowing prosperity Boosting Agriculture Productivity Team members- Siji Abhrahm Sangeeta Meena Sahil Partap Singh Yash Johri Rupendre Singh
  2. 2. Agriculture now a days A. Disappearing of agriculture land 1. At now India territory has 328.7 million hector of land. Which is 16% of total world 2. In 1947 total agriculture land is which consist % of total land and in 2013 it is 192.2 million hector % of total land. B. Disappearing agriculture in GDP 1. India’s total GDP growth in 2009-2010 is 8.6% in 2010- 2011 is 6.2% and in 2011-2012 is 5.0% and agriculture growth is 0.8%,7.6% and 3.6% respectively. 2. Agriculture consist 14.6% in total GDP of 2009-2010 14.5% in 2010-2011 14.3% in 2011-2012 and 13.5% in 2012-2013 which is far less from it’s contribution in 1960’s 0r 1970’s contribution C. Increment in problems of Agriculture 1. More then 3 lakhs farmers done subside in last 5 years 2. Some states like Rajasthan, Karnataka, Bihar, uttarpardesh and north east states are facing drought conditions. 3. Employment by agriculture and it’s allied fields is decreasing by 3% per years rate 4. Land acquisition, low msp etc.
  3. 3. • AIMS 1. Agriculture growth. 2. Irrigation facilities and decreases farming dependency on mansoon 3. Judicious use of agrochemicals 4. Nutritional quality of food grains 5. Make research programs in agriculture field with the help of biotechnology and horticulture 6. Agriculture land and employment by the agriculture and it’s allied fields 7. contribution of agriculture in GDP 8. The 50%-60% population of India earn their livelihood by farming and contain only 20% of total national income • STRATEGY 1. Create agriculture as a profession 2. Make planes on the bases of regional sources like rain harvesting for Rajasthan, canals for Uttar Pradesh , Punjab, Bihar,. 3. Reduce use of chemicals and use bioproducts for farming 4. Increase development and increasing profit factor. 5. Make regional farming policies and long term planes
  4. 4. STRETGY URBANRURAL PROBLEAMS 1. Small land holding 2. Irrigation facilities 3. Primary infrastructures 4. Storage facilities SOLUTIONS 1. Corporate farming 2. Make planes on basis of area 3. Improve them by active plans 4. Do by PPP PROBLEAMS 1. Population pressure 2. Cost of production 3. Land issues 4. Trading policies SOLUTIONS 1. Tent farming, terrace farming 2. Give subsidies 3. Dilute export and import policies COMMON PROBLEAMS 1. Lake of awareness 2. Depleted soil
  5. 5. Quick implementations • Use bio-fertilizers on the place of chemical • Decreases chemical usage in agriculture • Improve irrigation facilities • Improve cattle resources Policies reforms • Make policies which improve financial conditions of farmers • Improve allied agriculture fields • Provide basic infrastructures like education system, transportation facilities, RURAL FARMER’S HOPES
  6. 6. Our Ideas Trading policy • Govt. should allow free export of surplus food grains and stop export of those who are suffering with price hike • Govt. purchase grains direct from villages and reduce brokers by which maximum profit will deliver to farmers Basic infrastructures • Provide transport facilities , primary education, low cost technology • Provide irrigation facilities and reduce the dependency on mansoon • Provide electricity facilities by solar energy or wind energy Make self help groups • For marginal and small land holders cost is a big issue so deviled cost of equipments among them all • For water issues with the help of all make rain water harvesting system which provide water as the size of land.
  7. 7. Storage facilities • Govt. don’t have resources to store all the grains • We want to create PPP model for effective cold storage of grains so farmers are capable to sold out there grains whenever the price should be hike Usage of technology • Improve usage of technology but it should be harmless and productive not as like green revolution. • Improve dense farming, and cycle farming. • use of modern farming techniques to reduce water consumption Green revolution • Introduce new green revolution based on bio farming with the help of biotechnology and horticulture • New revolution will effect whole country in same manner we plane for each part of country not like old one • We divide country on the basis of ground facilities available there and plan according to them
  8. 8. Quick implementations • Use bio-fertilizers on the place of chemical. • Decreases chemical usage in agriculture • Reduce tax rates and dilute govt. policies • Research in the field of terrace farming, floor farming Policies reforms • Make policies which improve financial conditions of farmers • Improve allied agriculture fields • Make proper planes for using waste of cities URBAN FARMER’S HOPES
  9. 9. New farming policy Waste management Use water for framing Use solid waste as a fertilizers Change in Acts Reduce taxes Give subsidies Policy reforms
  10. 10. Use savage solid waste produced by cities for making bio-fertilizer and after proper treatment use water for irrigation Give subsidies to small land holders and reduce chemical-fertilizer subsidies which promote usage of bio fertilizers stop land conversion and reduce taxes on farming Make farmers more strong financially. Give subsidies for new ideas . Our views
  11. 11. What we get after all of this By Rural policy Farmers will be more financially stable Irrigation problem will be solved Storage problem will be solved Price hike will never took place Land depletion stops By Urban policy waste management problem will be solve Water and fertilizer problem will be solved Reduced subsidy on fertilizers will provide money of other projects Research in agriculture will boost up production
  12. 12. Our Dreams for Indian Agriculture
  13. 13. Appendix 1. Data related to farming :Agriculture department of India . 2. Times now for their editorials to poor condition of farming. 3. Times of India, Hindustan times for data on subside cases of farmers. 4. Google for problems of Indian agriculture. 5. Sample department of govt. of India.